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Boomkat Product Review:
The second LP by the intriguing Bobb Trimble gets a reissue under the supervision of the Secretly Canadian label. Harvest of Dreams came two years after the odd, inventive jumble that was Iron Curtain Innocence, and in some respects Trimble sounds more at ease with himself: both the writing and the performances seem more fluent and self-assured, with firm-footed melancholy ballads like 'If Words Were All I Had' sounding at once vulnerable and theatrical, needing far less adornment than the often confusingly busy debut album. You'll find plenty of upbeat numbers amongst the thornier, nocturnal balladry Trimble excels at, with 'Premonitions Boy - The Reality' sounding like vintage Neil Young. After the oddly dark glam-meets-prog allusions of 'Take Me Home Vienna' you'll encounter weird garage dirges like 'Oh Baby' which sounds positively visionary in its clunky oddness. Lots of peculiar delights to be uncovered here. As with the other reissue this album comes with three unreleased, bonus demo tracks and restored artwork. Excellent.